MUSC 8 Introduction to World Music
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How to Generate a Works Cited List in NoodleTools
Guidelines for Writing Scholarly Papers: Things to Avoid
Introduction to Scholarly Writing: Finding a Scholarly Voice
THE BASICS OF WRITING A 5-PARAGRAPH ESSAY
Create an Annotated Reference
SUBMIT TYPED DOUBLE-SPACED HARD COPY
Be sure to see How to Search JSTOR.
Search JSTOR through this direct link (use your SRJC Student ID and PIN to gain access) to find one (1) scholarly journal article (NOT
Here are some scholarly journals that are good sources of articles on world music:
Read the article and, in your words, write an "indicative annotation" (defines the scope of the source, lists the significant topics included, and tells what the source is about) in "telegraphic style" (phrases and non-sentences to get the information out quickly and concisely). DO NOT
Using your SRJC Student ID and PIN to log in, Create a Personal ID for a NoodleTools account in which to put all your references for your World Music Ethnography. Create a New Project in MLA Advanced by choosing Citation style: MLA and Citation level: Advanced with a Description such as the name of the musical genre you are researching.
Open your project (on the My Projects page) and then open the Works Cited. To create a citation for the scholarly journal article, use the drop down menu to Select a citation type — Journal. Then click to Create Citation.
IMPORTANT: Click on the Database tab so that the fields you need to fill in are presented.
Here are the fields you need:
*Name of the database: JSTOR
Most recent date of access [today?]:
(Stable) URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/######/ NOT
Pages: Start: End:
* Name of Journal (Source): NOT
Volume: Issue (Number): Year:
Chapter 3 of the NoodleBib User's Guide includes instructions for filling in the NoodleBib citation creation form.
Paste your "indicative annotation" in "telegraphic style" into the "Create MLA Citation Form" "Annotation" box (bottom of fill-in form page). Click "Generate Citation" and then, under "Print/Export," choose "Print/Export to Word" or "Print/Export as RTF" (an RTF can be opened by any word processor) to generate a Works Cited list. Open your "Works Cited" from within your word processor. Do NOT
Below is an example of how your paper should look when you print your one (1) annotated reference to turn in as hard copy on paper.
1. Submit a World Music Ethnography Proposal Form
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